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Sign up to Creative Pathways Barrhead 2018

A new 10-week block of our Creative Pathways programme starts in Barrhead on January 15th 2019.

If you're aged 16-25 and not in work, education or training, you can join this 10-week programme where you'll get the chance to work with artists on a variety of creative projects: learning about design, environmental art, community art projects and how to create artwork from sustainable, environmentally-friendly materials.

You'll also earn a £55 per week training allowance, while getting support with job-hunting, CV writing, interview skills and more.

Sign up below and we'll get back to you shortly. If you have any questions in the meantime, please contact Heather Gault on 0141 575 3001 or email

Note: by submitting your information, you are permitting Impact Arts will retain your data as part of our performance of a contract for a period of three years. This will be stored in physical files, on our server and on our database for reporting to funders and recording statistics.

After the retention period these files will be deleted as appropriate. We may keep some anonymised data for statistics/reporting on Salesforce in line with GDPR regulations.

Should you wish to withdraw consent at a later date you can make contact with the Data Protection Officer for Impact Arts on 01415753001. Should you wish to complain about how we have processed your data at any time you should do so to the Information Commissioner’s Office.

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